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Hey, didn't BB King call his ax "Lucille"? :)
""I'm very crazy about Lucille," he (BB) begins. It's a general reference
course, for after all, many guitars have been part of King's life. "I've
many guitars ... and I always call them Lucille. She's taken me a long
even brought me some fame ... most of all, she's kept me alive, being able
to eat ... Lucille practically saved my life two or three times," he says,
referring to one of his several auto accidents, "The car stopped turning
over, it fell over on Lucille and it held it up off of me."
----- Original Message -----
From: "Damian Stewart" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, December 18, 2006 8:24 PM
Subject: Re: Vintage Gear, E-bait etc
> mark sottilaro wrote:
>> This has led me to think about my new gear. Does my
>> Laptop have mojo? Of course not, it's a Toshiba! My
>> G5's got some. Surely a VST can't... or can it?
> I'm sorry, this is the largest pile of arse I have ever heard.
> If there's one thing I can't stand in fellow musicians it's this
> mystifying of the act, as though anything that feels this good has got
> have subterranean mystical roots. It keeps us isolated and disconnected
> from the people who pull the strings.
> We're a brilliant example of an alternative to a legion of
> television-watching consuming zombies: people who make their own
> entertainment, and enjoy it a hell of a lot more; and yet we shoot
> ourselves and our image in the foot by attaching supernatural powers to
> our pieces of kit.
> Damian Stewart
> +64 27 305 4107
> f r e y
> live music with machines